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LORD ROSMEAD DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

LORD ROSMEAD DEAD, Lord Rosmead (Sir Hercules Robinson) formerly Governor of New South Wales, aud more re cently High Commissioner of South Africa aud Cape Colony, and Gov ernor of Cape Colony, who has been IB ill health for over a year, has died Bfidtierrfy, |The Right Hon. Sir Hercules George Rol>er£ Robinson, Bart., G.C.M.G., P C. second sou of Admiral Hercules Robin son, born in 1824, and educated at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, held for some time a commission in the 87th R.L Fusiliers, lint retired from the ser vice in 184&, and was employed in various capacities in the Civil Service in Ireland until 1852. He was appointed President of Montserrat in 1854, Lieut. Governor of St Christophers in 1855, succeeded Sir John Bon-ring as Gov ernor of Hotig Kong in 1859, when he received the honour of knighthood. In 1863 he was President of the commission appointed to inquire into the condition of the Straits Settlements, aud was pro moted to the governorship of Ceyl...

Publication Title: Pilbarra Goldfield News, The
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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. HENRY GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

OBITUARY, I f -1>EATH OF MR, HENRY GEORGE. I Mr. Henry George^ the well-known j single-tax advocate, was reported to j liave soceambed to apoplexy, but a ! later telegram states the cause of 'death was overwork aud exhaustion. [Henry George, says " Men aui Women of the Ticic,' was born in Philadelphia on September 2, 1639. He attended the pnblic schools nutil 1853, ■fchen he went into a counting-hoase, and then to sesr learning something of printing in the meantime. In 1858 he Reached California, where he worked at the ease again until 1866, when he be came a reporter and afterwards editor of various papers, among them the San Francisco ' Times' and ' Post.' In August, 1880, he removed to New York where he lias since resided. He spent a year in Pngland and Ireland, in 1881 and 1882, where-he was fcwiee under ar rest 88 ft " suspect," hut was released apon his identity being established. Mr. George is chieSy known through his addresses and books apon economic questions, in which h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

J>LLBARRA ROADS BOARD. A REVISION COURT Will be held o» THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1897, F» tb« purposed renni;; the Elrrtoral Roll fbrlheYKeiribt o{ thePilbarra Road> Boirf:- • r- - • • - k- : All perrais eliining to hate their names inserted thereon, mastmake application to the -Secretary before 12 koob ' on 2nd Dfjxhei, and *H ebjectioBB to names already on the lists must he lodged on bum sale. The lists may he inspected at tho office ef the Resident Magistrate, Marble Bar, or upon applying to the, undersigned, W- D- BBACHER, Secretary Ifllara fioods Botrd. Marble Bar, , October 20. Pttmurra,Beads Board, AN ELECTION S AH tbe vacancies on the above Board, caused through the selirement of Messrs. J- ST. Roonse vdl, A. Eojvr, <!■ Boyer, H. W. Six, W H. Cooper, aud A. Elliott, will be held on DECEMBER 16, 1897. Nominations must be in the hands of the Secretary seven clear days before the election. A. EIjEY, Acting-Chairman. Pi Ibarra Roads Board, Marble Bar, November 28,1...

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UNLAWFUL DISTILLING. HEAVY PUNISHMENT. (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

UJS LAWFUL DISTILLINGL ELEAVY PtTN IHUMENT. (Br TELgGRAEH.) Perth. November 18-'. At the City. Police Court yesterday;. Bernard Goldstein, alios Goldsmith,, alias Wolfe, was sentenced to 12; months, imprisonment, and Wm. «T. Armstrong; to six months, with hard labour, for having had i i their possession an un licensed still. The man Goldstein, who gave evidence yesterday on hb own be half, protested that Inspector Newlands und Detective Lessey, of the city police,, had been in collusion with him. In Sydney a leg of mutton cost six pence ; iu West ralia the same article can not be bought under rive sHiixtSGe ahi» sixpskck. That's "one difference be tween East and West," says " Clare'a Weekly."

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

BEPAHTURE& November 1$.—AuKtralind", e.s^ from ShK«erfii Bbrbj. No*emb*r.2&—New Guinea, sb., from : Geraldton, fol Ckkotta. I November 21.—Australind, sj8., from iDerbjvfor Sinfjapone. NovemberS!?*—Sultae, b-b., fnom Fre ■»n|le, fe» Singa^poBe. Nowmbcr 22.—Sultan, ss> from Gei^ aid ton, for Fremimtle. November 22—New Guinea, s.s., from i Carnarvon, fbrOnalow. { November 22.—Saltan, a.8., from Ger •ldttKvforFte man tie November 28,-jpKew Gnineii, frffln Carnarvon," for Onajov , —THE—.. FRIDAY. NOVKMBfilt 36, 180F

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SHIPPING. AERIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

SHIPPING. ARtiXVAI*8. Jfaremter 19.—Spinawy (Iwjne)^ at Iremantlty frera Sir.papora. Sforeraber 19;—New Guinea^ s.s.K at CeoUtoiv&oiii Fremantle. NorfiabcF SOc-AnabaliAdt a-s , at Dei> bj, from Broome* .November 22.—MnggieGolLan (*chnj\), it Condon, from Cossack. | ^ssember 23-—K«k Guinea, ».s., at i Onsba^lcDm. Gkmitaoir. November 24.—Kew Guinea, s.sl, at fkmmrfr, facgn. Onslow

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DISTRICT NEWS. NULLAGINE (BY LELEGRAPH.) Nullagine, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

DISTRICT NEWS. NtJLLAGINE, (BT XKLKOSAPH.) CTBOM ova OWX COBR3S»POXDEKr.)' Nul'agine. November 25» All tbe counter round here is exceed ingly dry. whilst all water-holes are dry ing up fast, and several mobs of cattle are stuck and unable to travel, owing t.o thp severe drought. One water-hole twelve miles out is not only dry, but full of tho deud bodies of kangaroos, which died when, the water dried uj>. The town wells are ! lasting well considering the strain, but j there is little water in those on the river ! bed, and. unless rain conies before Xmus,. | it is feared even, the town, wells will want ' deepening again.

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NULLAGINE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) Nullagine, Novermber 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

NULLAGINE. (BT TrLliGBil/H.)i (-FROX OCB. OWN COBBE«K>KDEKT.) IfulUgiue> NovenjWs 25. Mast uf Messrs. Doherly and party's i battery having arrired, men are now en- ; paged in excavnting a site and in sinking j for water^ which it is expected wilt be j struck this week A nasty accident oc curred to Mr. Doherty, who unfortunately cat his knee sererely with an adze, and will in consequence, be laid op for some weeks. The Victory East Extended is looking exceedingly well, whilst the manager for tlie Taamanian Company, having erected whips, is engaged driving along the reef at thwone hundied and twenty foot level, so as to connect the cast and west shafts. The drive is as yet in good payable stone. The Mark Twain lease at the Cajeput, is raising a large parcel of good two-ounce Stone, and the claims are bow looking better than eveV. The holders expect to beWe- two hundred tons ready a* soon as Messro. Doherty'a battery is erected. The North. West Australian Company hare their big e...

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DARING BURGLARY AT ROEBOURNE. MESSES H. J. WATSON & COS. STORE ENTERED. (BY TELEGRAPH). ROEBOURNE, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

DARING BURGLARY AT ROKBOURNE. messes, h. j. watson a co s. . i STORE ENTERED. (BV THtEGIUPH). HAeboprne, November 18. A daring burglary was committed at Messrs.-H. J. Watson & Cos. store on Sunday night last. The burglar prized an iron', bar in the grating, this making an opening sufficiently wide to allow in gress -W the basement. He then as ceuded ^the stairs and entered the shop, from wjiich lie took a quantity of frit lints, tifeed clothing, silver mounted pipes, collar studs, and other articles. The disordered state of the place when the deed was discovered, showed that thfe burglar must have been some time ou the premises. The tills in the counters had been drawu qat and left in that position, and a lot of staff eveihauled, whilst the safe liears marks as if an attempt had been made to open it. The burglar was particular in select ing the hats and took a few from each of a utftgfWr bf boxes. It was. evident from toe appemranoe of the liaseuient that the thief was not a...

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INTERPROVINCIAL. THE BUNBURY SHOW. PERTH, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

i NTER P RO VINCI A L. THE BUN BURY SHOW. Perth. November li5l The Premier attended the Bunbury Show yesterday, but spoke principally on local, topics.

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ROEBOUBNE COUNCIL V. F. W. TEESDALE. CASE REMITTED TO MAGISTRATE (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

ROEBOUBNE COUNCIL V. F. W. TEESDALE. CASE REMITTED TO MAG ISTRATE (by nuoRira.f Perth, November 24. In the Fall Court yestergay, Mr. Barker, instructed by Messrs. Sholl and Foalkes, appeared on behalf of the Ree bonnie Municipality. The case *bs one in - which : the defendant, F. W. Teesdale, was charged with a breach of bye-law ,33, in.that he did on the first day of August, 1897, depasture certain camels ou the Roebonrne Common. On the case coming fiefnre the Resi dent Magistrate the defendant pleaded that on tne date in question his camels were at Cossap^. It was then dis covered that the date of the alleged breach of the bye-law < August 1st), was wrong, and should liave been stated as the 3rd. The Resident Magistrate was there upon aBked to amend the information, hut decided upon stating a rase for the Fall Court. After hearing argument tlipxr Honors decided that tliu case should he remitted fcorthe magistrate, with die intimation that the date be qinended and the ca...

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TAMBOURRAH. Tambourrah Creek, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

TAMBOUR llAtt. (Taos! OU8 OF5 COBBKSeOXDEST^ Tawlxjunrah Creek, luJSPBibet IT. Cousidsrable activity is being displayed here as to what lias ItecociB of befallen a prospector named H. B'. Kentoul. a mart aery well known and respected throughout Ph-boxra. Kentoul left this place more than three weeks ago to prospect al>out the Eight-mi!a,_ which i« some fixe miles. disUuil from the township. taking with him only sufficient provisions* for four d«ys_ and since then, nothing has Ix-en seeu or j heard of hjm. Gtt Monday lust a party 1 stalled, to search, but oii.urriving.at tlio I place where lie liad camped ai s lie Eight--. ; rnilo, tkey found thai Lie- had left there., j taking his blanket* and tools whh him. It j surmised tluU he went in the dtreclioi* ! of Pilendinni^ but it is not yet known. whether or not he reached there. Ben j tool has had long experience hi the bush* I and our fears- inny l»e- groundless. We ! sincerely hope tlicy will prove so Yet • one cannot help feeling...

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GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE. THE LOWER NIUER QUESTION. FRENCH ASKED TO WITHDRAW (BY THELGRAPH.) LNDON, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE. THE LOWER NIUER QUES TION. FRENCH ASKED TO WITHDRAW (by teleobaph.) Losdon, November 18. France has not jet repiied to Great Britain's request to withdraw from the positions which have been claimed as British posts on the Lower Niger. It is however under stood that M. Hanotaux the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, does not seriously contest the validity of British treaties obtained regarding hat- quarter.

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GREAT FIRE IN MELBOURNE. DAMAGE NEARLY £1,000,000. HUGE PILE OF WAREHOUSES DEMOLISHED. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

GREAT FIRE IN MEL BOURNE. DAMAGE NEARLY £1,000,000. ! HUG^ PILE OF WAREHOUSES —~ DEMOLISHED. £b* TECBGRABH.J Mklboub.\b, Noveiiil»er 24. On Sunday list one of the largest j fires that lias ever occurred in the i colonies, broke out in the city in the j huge pile of warehouses l>etween j E!itabeth~st., Flinders St., and Swan ston-st., and notwithstanding the efforts j put forth by the fire brigades, the whole! block was entirely demolished. No j fatalities have been recorded, so far. Later. | The following damage was done in Flinders-st. :— Fink's buildings, com pletely destroyed.^ the Palmer Tyre Coy's, premises, completely destroyed ; GerSis's refreshment rooms, completely destroyed; large building occupied by the Coal Creek Proprietary (Company, completely destroyed; Ardona Fruit Supply 7Co. and Bacchus March Milk Coy's.' premises, completely destroyed ; Pollock's Fish Shop, completely des troyed ) whilst Samuels' jewellery shop was destroyed liy fire and water. The Paris dinin...

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DISASTROUS FIRE IN LONDON. DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £2,000,000. [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

DISASTROUS FIRE IN LONDON. DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £2.000,000. [By Tr.LKr.EAPn.] London, November 20. A disastrous fire lias occurred in Loudou, which caused au immense, amount of damage. The fire is the greatest that has broken out siuce that of Tooley-street, which wrecked a vast number of places. The conflagration originated iu a gas explosion in Hamsell-street, and spread so rapidly that the firemen were powerless to arrest its progress. Well-street, Hamsell-street, and Juwiu-street, were a sheet of flame and were totally destroyed. The flauies also carried destruction to parts of NtcboU Square, Jewin Crrs ceut, Bradford Avenue, Wood-street aud Redcross-street, and these wore all inore or less damaged. Australia , Avenue, Mnnd Place, Monksweli Placp, St. Paul's Alley, Baresball-st. St. Giles' Church, Cripplegate, and the rectory were also seriously damaged. Numerous exciting- scenes were' witnessed during the fire, aud mauy workmen and girls experienced narrow escapes, frantically r...

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THE POLITICS OF NEWFOUNDLAND CIVIL SERVANTS DISMISSED (BY TELEGRAPH). LONDON, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 26 November 1897

THE POLITICS OF NEW FOUNDLAND CIVIL SERVANTS dismissed {By telegeaph). London, November 18. Sir Herbert H. Murray, Governor J <if Newfoundland, 1ms cancelled n| number of acting appointments in j the Civil Service of that colony j wliich were made by the late Premier [ Sir William Whiteway, prior to his defeat at the general election, and his subsequent resignation.

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY (BY TELEGRAPH.) PERTH, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY (BY TELEGRAPH.} Perth, November 26. In the Assembly 011 Monday, the Re appropriation Bill, and those Bills hav ing for their object the amendment of the laws relating to Bills of Sale,'and the Dentists Act, and Divorce Bill, were read a first time. The Industrial Statistics Bill, Sale of Liquor Amendment Bill, were ad vanced a stage, whilst the Employment Brokers Bill was read a third time and passed. The Early Closing Bill and Immigra tion Restriction Bill were read & second time. In connection with the debate on the Estimates, it was intimated on the notice paper that Mr. Leake, leader of the Opposition, who was to bare re sumed the discussion, desired to have it adjourned for another week, which course was opposed by the Government. On a division l»eing taken, 13 voted for and the same number against the motion, and the Chairman of Com mittees, in accordance with constitu tional practice, gave his casting vote with the ayes, the. result be...

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AN UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE. A WATERLESS TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

AN UNPLEASANT EX PERIENCE. A WATERLESS TRACK. A man named George Anderson, who for som'i time past has l>et;n employed as engineer at the Cremorne battery, North Shaw, last week had a very un pleasant experience and narrowly coped a painful d<*&th. It appears that on Thursday, 25th utt., Anderson left the North Shaw with a buggy and two horses for the Black Range well, which is some 16 miles distant. He was given full in structions as to the route, and was ad vised to on no account pass the Black Range without replenishing his stock of water. In spite of these warnings Anderson went round the end of the range and del>ouchcd 011 to the main mail road which runs between Roe bourne. and Marble Bar, and turned j his horses' heads in the direction of Messrs. Witliuell's Hillside station. ■" Before he had proceeded far on this portiou of his journey, however, mis fortune began to crowd thick and fast upon him. First he lost his waterbag, and he did not care to tur...

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SPORTING NEWS. THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. (BY TELEGRAPH.) MATCH AGAINST QUEENSLAND AND NEW SOUTH WALES (COMBINED.) BRISBANE, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

SPORTING NEWS. THE ENGLISH ELEVEN IN AUSTRALIA. (Br Telegraph.) MATCH AGAINST QUEENSLAND AND NEW SOUTH WALES (COMBINED.) Brisbane, November 26. A match commenced to—day between the visiting team of English cricketers and a combined one picked from Queens land and New South Wales. The match resulted in a draw. The following are particulars of the scoring:— England—First innings. Mason, c Donohoo, b McKibben ... 74 Wainwright, run out ... ... 37 Ranjitsinhji, c Jones, b McKibben 67 Hay ward, c Bradley, b McKibben 31 McLaren, c Iredale, h Turner ... 181^ Druce, c Howell, b Byrnes ... 1*26 Hirst, not out ... ... ... 75 Stoddart, st Bradley, b McKibben 13 Board, b Byrnes .. ... ... 4 Briggs. b Byrnes ... ... ... 0 Richardson, c Byrnes, b McKibben 5 Sundries ... ... ... 23 636 Bowling Analysis. — McKibben, 5 wickets for 158 runs; Byrnes, 3 for 122 ; Turner. 1 for 94 ; Howell 0 for 90, Jones, 0 for 27. Combined Team—First innings. McDonald, b Richardson ... ... 0 Iredale, c Stoddart, b Ric...

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Tasmania. LOST IN THE SNOW. A PITIFUL TALE. HOBART, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Pilbarra Goldfield News — 3 December 1897

Tasmania. LOST IN THE SNOW. A PITIFUL TALE. Hobart, November 29. A harrowing tale comes from Geeves towu. A party consisting of Geeves, sen., his three sons, named Osborne, Arthnr and Richard, mid a nephew named Sydney Geeves started ten days ago on a prospecting trip in the vicinity of the Arthur Range. On Sunday Richard and Os1>orue Geeves jnu re turned houie and reperted that Arthur and Sydney had died froVn the effects of a snow storm encountered while they were crossing the Harts Range, Arthur Geeves fell dead from his father's anus when within 300 yards of a shelter but, whilst Sydney died a few minute? after wards. The remainder of the party managed to escape a similar fate, and Geeves sen. remained by the bodies while the others started fpr relief having II miles to travel. The bodies were brought to Geevestown by a large party of men who started out on Sunday night to the rescue, and it took them from half past 6ve till eleven o'clock to cover the distance. Disoovkut of ...

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